Have you ever been out cruising a good old country backroad and driven past a building that caught your eye? At a glance, you could tell it was a shop or store or restaurant of some sort, but you couldn’t tell, in that brief glance, if it was worth a stop or not. Well, if that unassuming roadside building that you were wondering about just so happens to be in Sinks Grove, West Virginia (on Route 219 between Union and Ronceverte), the answer is yes, absolutely. Pickaway Pickins Restaurant, Antiques, and More is absolutely worth a stop on any and every road trip that finds you along this portion of the Seneca Trail through West Virginia!
Head to Facebook to check hours for Pickaway Pickins Restaurant & Antiques, as well as Farmers Lounge. Have you ever shopped or eaten at this unassuming but actually amazing West Virginia roadside stop? Find it at 3556 Seneca Trail N in Sinks Grove, West Virginia. And while you’re this close, take a little detour over to Reed’s Mill.
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